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  Friday, October 30, 2009 – Permalink –

Thumbnail Views

Little pages


The Thumbnail view can be used to see the layout of a page or to jump from one page to another.

With Word 2003 and 2007, Thumbnail views are available in Normal, Print Layout, Outline, and Reading Layout views. Go to View>Thumbnails to display the Thumbnail pane to the left of your document. In 2007+ go to View>Navigation tab>Show.

Thumbnail versions of your document will appear in a new pane to the left of your current document. Click on a thumbnail page and Word 2003/7 will automatically jump to the selected page.






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  Sunday, January 04, 2009 – Permalink –

Split View

Top and bottom


If you need to look at more than one part of a document at once, consider splitting the window.

To split the current window, just go to Window>Split from the main menu.
(View>Split in 2007)

Another way is to use the splitter control between the file tab channel and the scroll bar for the doc.



To create new windows for the same document, just go to Window>New Window and create as many views on the same document as you would like. (View>New Window in 2007)

WebJunction.org:
Word Split Window
(Publisher: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)

Also:
Dawn Ontario, Disabled Women's Network:

Split Screen Feature - Microsoft Word



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  Friday, June 01, 2007 – Permalink –

Document Panes

Divided Doc


To divide the view of a document into panes, use the tiny divider mark in the upper-right corner of the document window.

It's above the up arrow at the top of the vertical scroll bar at the right side of the window.

Click on the marker and drag it to where you want the document window divided.

The size of the panes can be adjusted by dragging the divider up or down.

You can look at the top and bottom at the same time, or have one pane in Page View and the other in Outline View

Double click the marker to return to the full view.



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  Tuesday, March 13, 2007 – Permalink –

Easy Reading

Clean up the screen


Word 2003 introduced a view of documents that eliminates a lot of the distractions of Task Panes and toolbars.

It's called Reading Layout.

Office.Microsoft.com:
Word Reading Layout View

Demo reading layout view


Infopackets.com
Reading Layout View

In 2007 it's View>Full Screen Reading



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